23 August 2007

Lt Col Jordan Revisited

On 20 August I reported that the military judge dismissed some of the most serious charges against Lt Col Jordan, alleging involvement in the Abu Ghraib scandal.

In today's Washington Post, Dana Millbank, somewhat of a loose cannon, announces another bad day for the prosecution. It is worth a quick read. Even the prosecution's witnesses claim Lt Col Jordan had nothing to do with the abuse of detainees. It appears he never saw any of the abuse either.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Isn't it interesting how the higher ranking colonel only got his hand slapped, and all of this is falling on the Lt. Col.? Could it be that he is getting crapped on because he is a reservist while the O-6 is Active Army?